Interactivity Boosts Student Engagement in Engineering Courses

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Matthew Liberatore

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Whether online, remote, hybrid, or in person, all classroom activities can be designed to create student engagement and measure student learning. Today’s digital tools are creating big data that can help students and faculty improve learning outcomes. Even prior to classroom instruction, interactive textbooks can create an incentive for students to put time into learning the basic definitions and relationships. During class, applying and analyzing engineering problems can be completed using a range of active learning techniques. When teaching remotely, techniques like polling can provide valuable real-time feedback to the instructor. Professor Matthew Liberatore reviews a number of other tactics that will reinforce learning, improve student engagement, and equip faculty with data needed to help achieve learning outcomes, especially when many institutions are shifting towards socially-distant learning.

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